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Posted: 07/18/2017

Employer
City of Bloomington
Housing & Neighborhood Development


Position
Historic Preservation Program Manager
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Bloomington, IN
US
Details
$44,880-$46,818
 

Advises organizations and other city departments on historic preservation policies. Conveys recommendations on behalf of Historic Preservation Commission to other city boards and commissions. Prepares budget and prepares reports. Coordinates permitting processes. Conducts federally mandated reviews and maintains required reports and recordkeeping. Develops programs related to historic preservation. Prepares and coordinates historical research, National Register nominations, and educational projects. Evaluates projects using standards outlined by the Secretary of the Interior and in local ordinances. Conducts on-site inspections; reviews construction plans, specifications, and cost estimates; and supervises construction. Prepares and submits grant applications; administers awarded grants. Recommends affordable housing projects and coordinates initial review of proposals. Must meet the Secretary of the Interiors Qualification Standards (promulgated by the National Park Service and published in 36 CFR Part 61) defining the minimum education and experience required to perform identification, evaluation, registration, and treatment activities for historic properties. 

OPen until
08/07/2017

How to apply
ANYONE WISHING TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION MAY DO SO BY FAX, EMAIL OR AT CITY HALL, HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 401 N MORTON STREET, SUITE 230 ON OR BEFORE MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 2017 BY 5:00PM.
Phone: 812-349-3404
Fax: 812-349-3446
ADDRESS

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